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Posted on 05/15/2014 3:25:44 PM PDT by jmaroneps37
An urgent $3.00 appeal from only 341 donors went out Monday by the Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee who just had to have those pledges by Midnight!
Bill Clinton is warning that if we cant convince the people who vote for us in presidential elections to show up in midterm elections, America will be a profoundly divided country.
And its not one now? Those little $3.00 bills, to use an old non politically correct saying that refers to someone being rather odd, will be triple matched by wealthy Democrat money men, un-named in the urgent appeal sent out even to CiR.
Evidently, some of their highly trained, very advanced web technicians are unable to purge the opposition from their Email lists, rather like they just couldnt seem to get Obamacare to work online.
But you loyal little Democrats out there had to pledge up your change by midnight so the DSCC could hire over three hundred more staffers for a 10 state mobilization effort targeting folks who stay at home in non-presidential years. No states were named in the urgent appeal.
Now the New York Times, in typical mainstream media fashion is doing all it can to help with the Dem playbook by giving them free campaign advice. The tired, old, Gray, but no longer a lady warns the Dems if we cant ramp up our voter turnout efforts, it will cost the Democrats control of the Senate!
The full weight of the once great press icon was used as the theme of this urgent appeal to boost web contact Email lists by late October. But Harry Reid, recently of Bundy Ranch showdown notoriety, is chiming in. Hes adding his two cents worth with this rhetorical gem:
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